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    I do enough shooting that I think it would benefit me to start buying in bulk.
    I have seen many suppliers of ammo online and I am aware that ammo gets heavy in a hurry and therefore shipping can be expensive.
    I live in central AZ and I am interested in finding a supplier of bulk ammo somewhere on the west coast area so shipping might be cheaper.
    Who do you use?

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    I use myself. I load my own. Reloading might be something you may want to consider.
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    Not really sure I want to invest in reloading. Looked at that possibility before.

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    It is a lot to consider. Ammo seek is a good source.
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    Yes I have their website, but if appears difficult to determine where they supply from to me.

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    Shipping may not be as much as you think if the shippers use flat rate boxes. I know many bullet seller and bulk lead sellers use these boxes. You can fit quite a bit of weight into one of the $15 boxes. Best way to find out is order some stuff and hit the check out, if the shipping is too much just don't finish the sale.
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    Great point, I will give it a try and see what happens on Ammo Seek.

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    I agree with the ammoseek tip.
    Natchez shooting supply may work well for you.
    I use Targetsports USA. They don’t charge shipping on case orders and are. usually the same price per case as other places that do charge shipping.

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    Go talk with the high volume ammo selling local gun stores in your area. See what kind of deal you can negotiate on case lot sales. If you shoot 'non popular' ammunition like .250 Savage or .32 S&W you may have to time your purchases with theirs.
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    My LGS has case deals. His prices include taxes. Good tip Popeye.
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